Our Sanctuary Students website is regularly being updated and improved. We have built our website taking best practice web accessibility guidelines into account, as well as feedback from our residents and website visitors. Our main objective is to implement real-world accessibility.
We would be very grateful for your feedback on how accessible our website is for you so that we can keep improving it. If you find a problem or have any difficulties using our website, please complete the feedback form at the bottom of this page.
If you would like any information on this website in an alternative format or language, please email email@example.com with your details, and tell us what you need. You can also call us on 01905 334596.
Help using computers, the web and assistive technology
If you need extra help in using computers, the web and assistive technology, we recommend the My Web, My Way website. The site provides information to help you use the accessibility features of your computer in order to make it easier to use the web.
Browsers we support
Our website works best on the following browsers:
- Android browser
These browsers are the most common, covering over 98% of all web users. We recommend upgrading to the latest version of your browser for the best experience.
Further information on how to customise your internet browser can be found on the following links:
- Customise your Chrome browser
- Customise your Edge browser
- Customise your Firefox browser
- Customise your Safari browser
- Customise your Android browser
Get the best experience
Translating this website
If you would like to translate this website into another language, the ‘select language’ option in the website footer area accesses Google Translate, which translates English into more than 60 languages.
Please note that Sanctuary is not responsible for the content of Google Translate and cannot guarantee the reliability of the translations provided. The Browsealoud toolbar also offers a translation function, and the tool will read web content to you in your chosen language.
Skipping to the main content
If you’re using a screen reader or keyboard to navigate, we have added a ‘Skip to main content’ link at the top of every page. This allows you to skip the navigation and get to the main content quickly.
Making the text bigger
You may be able to change the text size in your browser. The Browsealoud tool also has a text magnification feature.
Changing the colours
We’ve tried to use colours that make the words on our web pages easy to read, but we know that some people have trouble with reading text on certain background colours. You may be able to change the colours in your browser.
PDF may automatically open in your web browser. Follow Adobe’s guide to enabling or disabling Acrobat Reader as a helper application to your browser.
If you have a visual impairment you can find more information on accessibility and PDF files by visiting the Access Adobe Website.
If you can't open PDF documents, download the latest Adobe Reader software.
We do our best to ensure that all pages of our website have a correct heading structure, which makes navigation easier.
To make things easier for screen reader users, all images in our site have alternative text that clearly describes what they show.
Our links always use link text that makes sense out of context, so that what we're linking to is clear to everyone.
All the video content embedded on this site or on our YouTube channel is available to watch with optional subtitles, also known as closed captions. If your browser doesn't support iframes, you can read a written transcript of the film.
We use YouTube for our videos because it's the most accessible way to present videos online that we know of, however, we cannot control the accessibility of YouTube video functionality.
We have ensured that all our iFrames are labelled with titles and alternative text.
This site uses cascading style sheets for visual layout. Even if your browser or browsing device does not support style sheets, the content of each page is designed to be readable.
Content pulled in from social media, such as Twitter and Facebook
In some parts of our site, we display content that has been pulled in from social media sites such as Twitter and Facebook. These sites often restrict the ways in which content can be displayed, and sometimes this means it is not as accessible as we would like. We try to keep these to a minimum and provide alternative content.
Website Accessibility Feedback Form